Trevor Kew is a Canadian writer and teacher who is the author of four children’s novels about soccer: "Trading Goals" (Lorimer, 2009), "Sidelined" (Lorimer, 2010), "Breakaway" (Lorimer, 2011) and "Playing Favourites" (Lorimer, 2012). Trevor was also a contributor to the YA adult anthology "Tomo" (Stonebridge, 2012), a collection of stories related to Japan that donated its profits to Tohoku disaster relief efforts. Trevor also occasionally writes serialized fiction for the English edition of the Japan Times.
Trevor was born and raised in Rossland, British Columbia, Canada and has a B.A. and a B.Ed. from the University of British Columbia. Since graduating in 2004, he has taught English literature and language in three countries – Canada, England and Japan – and traveled widely. He has written numerous articles which focus on his combined experiences of travel, culture and sport, such as in Summer 2010, when he covered the World Cup in South Africa.
Trevor is available to speak to school groups in person or via Skype. He has spoken to groups of all ages in Canada, the UK, Japan, South Africa and Egypt. If you would like to contact Trevor, you can reach him via his website http://trevorkew.com.
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